Sunday worship is at 10 AM.
Communion Sundays are the first of each month.
All are welcome!
A nursery for small children is provided. Sunday School classes for all ages meet concurrently to the service.
Come explore—and experience!—JOY with us during Advent, as well as the Sunday after Christmas:
12/1: Hopeful Joy; 12/8: Loving Joy; 12/15: Unabashed Joy; 12/21 (Saturday): Elusive Joy (Blue Christmas); 12/22 Peaceful Joy; 12/24 (Christmas Eve): Incarnate Joy; 12/29: Compassionate Joy. Enjoy a very special one-minute video on the nature of JOY as “Joy to the World” celebrates 300 years.
BLUE CHRISTMAS, December 21
The sanctuary at St. Paul’s UMC will be open on December 21st, the longest night of the year, from 1pm until 8pm for people to walk in, listen to music, sit reflectively, say a prayer and light a candle. If you or someone you know has “The Blues,” has experienced a death, a divorce, a health crisis, loss of a job, or if you just are not looking forward to Christmas this year, please come and find hope and peace. More information is available here.
Worship with us on Christmas Eve:
7 PM Worship Service; 11 PM Candlelight Service
HERE’S A CONVENIENT AND PAINLESS WAY TO SUPPORT ST. PAUL’S:
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Did you know…? Almost 20 community groups call St. Paul’s home. The church’s Sanctuary, Fellowship Room, Church School building, and gymnasium provide space for programs benefiting hundreds of people each month. Read more here.
Did you know…? The St. Paul’s Thrift Shop is proactive in supporting the environment in a variety of ways? Read about it here.
LET’S MAKE A DIFFERENCE! Support The United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR), the nonprofit humanitarian arm of the United Methodist Church. 100% of donations go toward specific missions, not administrative costs. DONATE HERE.
Read here the IMPORTANT STATEMENT FROM NEW YORK ANNUAL CONFERENCE BISHOP THOMAS. J. BICKERTON, in response to the vote of the 800+ delegates from around the world at the recent Special Session of General Conference of the United Methodist Church. St. Paul’s steadfastly affirms its Welcoming Statement, found on this page. Read here the report on the March 16 special meetings of the New York and Greater New Jersey Conferences that followed the General Conference Special Session.
We at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church are seeking to be a witness to the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. We are committed to the sacred mission of calling disciples through Christian worship, education, and service. We are a family where faith expression, growth, and renewal challenge us to find ever new ways to serve God through service to God’s world wherever need is found.